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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #699077.

ra bilga lo nu prami do

added by Zifre, 2011-01-05 03:13

#699077

linked by Zifre, 2011-01-05 03:13

#63365

linked by Zifre, 2011-01-05 03:13

#819403

linked by Zifre, 2011-05-16 23:24

#447727

linked by Zifre, 2011-05-16 23:24

#1107347

linked by riccioberto, 2011-09-15 19:02

ju'o ra prami do

edited by Zifre, 2012-03-25 19:01

ra bilga lo nu prami do

edited by Zifre, 2012-03-25 19:03

#819403

unlinked by Zifre, 2012-03-25 19:03

Sentence #699090

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ra bilga lo nu prami do

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He must love you.
epo
Li devas vin ami.
ita
Deve amarti.
spa
Él debe amarte.
ara
لا بد أنه يحبك.
ber
Tḥeqqeɣ iḥemmel-ikem.
bul
Той със сигурност те обича.
cmn
他一定很愛你。
dan
Han må elske dig.
deu
Er muss dich lieben.
eng
She must love you.
epo
Li certe amas vin.
fra
Il doit t'aimer.
heb
הוא מוכרח לאהוב אותך.
heb
הוא חייב לאהוב אותך.
heb
הוא בטח אוהב אותך.
hin
वह तुमसे प्यार करता होगा।
ita
Lui deve amarti.
ita
Deve amarvi.
ita
Lui deve amarvi.
ita
Deve amarla.
ita
Lui deve amarla.
jbo
ju'o ra prami do
jpn
彼はきっと君が好きなんだ。
jpn
きっと愛しているね。
nld
Hij moet u liefhebben.
pol
On musi cię kochać.
por
Ele deve te amar.
rus
Он, должно быть, тебя любит.
swe
Han måste älska dig.
tur
O seni seviyor olmalı.
ukr
Імовірно він тебе кохає.

Comments

kebukebu kebukebu 2012-03-25 18:51 link permalink

"ra bilga" seems wrong for the (normally construed) English meaning.

The usual English meaning (out of context) would be "It must be the case that he loves you." or "The most reasonable explanation I can think of is that he loves you." (But there are most likely short-enough ways to express those sentiments in Lojban.)

I would object to the link to the Chinese too, but I'm not an expert, and I don't know for sure whether 一定, besides indicating certainty, would also imply obligation.

Zifre Zifre 2012-03-25 19:06 link permalink

I agree for sure on the Chinese. The Spanish, Italian, and Esperanto translations definitely fit this. I think the English could go either way, depending on context, so I added another translation for English and Chinese.